Read more about the article Child Doing Great After Receiving Organ From Father With Different Blood Type In First Of Its Kind Surgery
Image shows the surgery, undated photo. A child received a kidney from a donor with a different blood type for the first time ever in the city of Innsbruck, in Tyrol, Austria. (Florian Lechner Innsbruck/Newsflash)

Child Doing Great After Receiving Organ From Father With Different Blood Type In First Of Its Kind Surgery

Doctors revealed that a child who received a kidney transplant from his father with a different blood group in a first-of-its-kind surgery in Austria is doing well. The extraordinary surgery…

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Read more about the article Firm Founded By Billionaire Qatar Philanthropist Still Not Paid Compo To Tragic Irish Girl
Photo shows Elizabeth Soffe, undated. Elizabeth Soffe was just six months old when her familys home in Al-Waab, Qatar, caught fire, leaving her with third-degree burns to 60 percent of her body. (@littlemisscheekypants/Newsflash)

Firm Founded By Billionaire Qatar Philanthropist Still Not Paid Compo To Tragic Irish Girl

An Irish family whose daughter Elizabeth was seriously burnt in a house fire in Qatar in 2014 when she was a baby have still not received a penny as the…

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Read more about the article Docs Remove Coin Stuck In Boy’s Throat For Three Months
Photo shows a three-year-old boy with his mother, undated. The coin was removed from the patient at Kantha Bopha Hospital in Siem Reap, Cambodia. (CEN)

Docs Remove Coin Stuck In Boy’s Throat For Three Months

A three-year-old boy has been saved after surgeons removed a silver play coin that had been stuck in his throat for three months. His parents - from Siem Pang District,…

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Read more about the article Bee Venom Study Hints Breast Cancer Treatment Prospect
The venom of wild bees such as the violet carpenter bee (Xylocopa violacea), with its main component melittin, is less aggressive than that of honey bees, a team from the LOEWE Center TBG discovered, undated photo. In the future, it could be used against breast cancer cells, among other things. (Bjrn M. von Reumont/Newsflash)

Bee Venom Study Hints Breast Cancer Treatment Prospect

The venomous substance produced by one of the most common wild bee species could help to treat breast cancer, according to scientists in Germany. Researchers at Goethe University and the…

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Read more about the article Honey Can Lower Stroke Risk, Study Shows
Picture shows Tauseef Khan, undated. He is a research associate at Toronto University's Temerty Faculty of Medicine and one of the co-authors of the study entitled "Effect of honey on cardiometabolic risk factors: a systematic review and meta-analysis." (Nema McGlynn/Newsflash)

Honey Can Lower Stroke Risk, Study Shows

Tucking into raw honey can significantly reduce the risk of suffering some of the most common current health issues, scientists in Canada have found. Researchers at Toronto University carried out…

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Read more about the article Mum’s Bid To Bring Daughter Who Won’t Wake Up Home From Hospital For Xmas
Photo shows Daniela Maria Martin Becerra, undated photo. Daniela, who reportedly suffers from a case of Guillain-Barre, is dubbed as the "Cuban sleeping beauty". (@mirkatania.romeromunoz/Newsflash)

Mum’s Bid To Bring Daughter Who Won’t Wake Up Home From Hospital For Xmas

A desperate mother is trying to raise funds to bring her 'Sleeping Beauty' daughter, who suffers from a rare disease, home from hospital for Christmas. Daniela Maria Martin Becerra, who…

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Read more about the article Girl Who Swallowed 61 Magnetic Beads Has Intestines Perforated In 14 Places
Picture shows the magnetic beads removed from girl's stomach in Hangzhou, Zhejiang in China, undated. She swallowed 61 magnetic beads. (Zhejiang Children's Hospital/AsiaWire)

Girl Who Swallowed 61 Magnetic Beads Has Intestines Perforated In 14 Places

Surgeons in China removed shocking 61 magnetic balls from a four-year-old girl's stomach who ended up with 14 holes in her intestine after accidentally swallowing the beads. The little girl,…

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Read more about the article Man Has Two Toes Amputated And Over 30 Operations After Being Bitten By Asian Tiger Mosquito In Germany
Picture shows a Asian tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus), undated. Sebastian Rotschke, 27, was bit by a Asian tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus), he contracted blood poisoning, and was put in an artificial coma, in Rodermark, Germany. (Newsflash)

Man Has Two Toes Amputated And Over 30 Operations After Being Bitten By Asian Tiger Mosquito In Germany

A man in Germany has had two toes amputated and has gone through over 30 operations having spent four weeks in a coma after being bitten by a mosquito. Sebastian…

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Read more about the article Pioneering Op By More Than 50 Professionals Saved Baby Still Inside Mum’s Womb
A member of the medical staff performs a procedure on the baby in Malaga, Spain, undated. A team of over 50 doctors operated on a 36-week foetus inside the mother's uterus in a pioneering case. (Newsflash)

Pioneering Op By More Than 50 Professionals Saved Baby Still Inside Mum’s Womb

In a pioneering operation, more than 50 healthcare workers have saved the life of a child still inside its mother's womb. The one-of-a-kind procedure was recently carried out with resounding…

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